Mother-Infant Person- and Object-Directed Interactions in Latino Immigrant Families: A Comparative Approach.

@article{Cote2008MotherInfantPA,
  title={Mother-Infant Person- and Object-Directed Interactions in Latino Immigrant Families: A Comparative Approach.},
  author={Linda R. Cote and Marc H. Bornstein and Oliver Haynes and Roger Bakeman},
  journal={Infancy : the official journal of the International Society on Infant Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={
          338-365
        }
}
  • Linda R. Cote, Marc H. Bornstein, +1 author Roger Bakeman
  • Published in
    Infancy : the official…
    2008
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Cultural variation in durations, relations, and contingencies of mother-infant person-and object-directed behaviors were examined for 121 nonmigrant Latino mother-infant dyads in South America, Latina immigrants from South America and their infants living in the United States, and European American mother-infant dyads. Nonmigrant Latina mothers and infants engaged in person-directed behaviors longer than Latino immigrant or European American mothers and infants. Mother and infant person… CONTINUE READING

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